This Day in Blogging History: Bradbury's fan letter to Heinlein; Guatemala: forensics lead to human rights arrests; Six years of Kottke

One year ago today
Ray Bradbury's fan letter to Robert A Heinlein: YOUR INFLUENCE ON US ALL, FROM 1939 ON, CANNOT BE MEASURED. I CAN ONLY SAY I REMEMBER, WARMLY, YOUR MANY KINDNESSES TO ME WHEN I WAS 19–20–21 YEARS OLD. THAT YOUNG MAN BASKED IN YOUR LIGHT AND WILL CONTINUE TO BE GRATEFUL FOR THE HELP YOU OFFERED WHEN I WAS SO POOR & NEEDFUL! YOURS IN THAT MEMORY — RAY BRADBURY

Five years ago today
Tech Forensics in Guatemala Results in Groundbreaking Arrest for Decades-old Human Rights Crime: A Guatemalan police officer has been arrested in connection with the abduction and disappearance 25 years ago of a labor activist named Edgar Fernando García, during Guatemala's civil war -- a period in which extrajudicial executions, dissapearances, and torture by government agents were widespread.

Ten years ago today
Six years of kottke.org: Jason Kottke's blog turns six today!